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26 New Jobs with Endeco Technologies

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26 New Jobs with Endeco Technologies


Wednesday, April 06, 2016 




26 New Jobs with Endeco Technologies

Endeco Technologies have received a €3.3m investment from ESB clean tech fund, ESB NovusModus, leading to the creation of 26 new jobs with the company.

Endeco Technologies, which has offices in London, Dublin and Dungannon uses the internet of things (IoT) to reduce energy consumption for large businesses. The investment will allow the company to more than double its workforce from 20 to 46, as well as allowing Endeco it to develop its smart grid optimisation solutions technology.

It currently sells its technology to more than 200 businesses in the UK, such as factories and transport companies. Its products help clients reduce power consumption by automatically adjusting their control systems.

Michael Phelan, founder and CEO of Endeco, said: “This investment underlines ESB’s belief in Endeco Technologies’ vision for the increasing role of sustainable, low-carbon, smart grid solutions. “Importantly, it also provides a strong foundation for our next layer of growth and development. This leaves the company well capitalised to implement its plan, grow its team and continue to invest in its research and development activities.”

More information on Endeco Technologies can be found here.

Keep up to date with all the latest jobs announcements in the ICT Sector HERE

Source: siliconrepublic.com

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